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[movies]Susan Swift on Antinuclear politics,organized labor, and tactics - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from the Ecology Emerges interview with Susan Swift. She is a former Abalone Alliance staffer who grew disaffected and resigned a year after the big Diablo Canyon direct action campaign, in part due to the inability of the Abalone Alliance to make alliances with organized labor,or to even consider the plight of folks who couldn't easily take days of their lives to sit in jails, or camp out in protest, etc.
Keywords: Abalone Alliance; ecology; anti-nuclear; labor; tactics
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[movies]Susan Swift on antinuclear politics and organized labor - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from the Ecology Emerges interview with Susan Swift. She is a former Abalone Alliance staffer who grew disaffected and resigned a year after the big Diablo Canyon direct action campaign, in part due to the inability of the Abalone Alliance to make alliances with organized labor,or to even consider the plight of folks who couldn't easily take days of their lives to sit in jails, or camp out in protest, etc.
Keywords: Abalone Alliance; ecology; anti-nuclear; labor; tactics
Downloads: 365
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Susan Swift - Shaping San Francisco
Susan Swift was involved in the Abalone Alliance anti-nuclear efforts of the late 1970s and early 1980s. She was one of the only paid staffers during the lead-up to the big blockade and occupation of the PG&E Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. She has also been involved in a variety of environmental and labor campaigns during the years.
Keywords: ecology; anti-nuclear; Diablo Canyon; Abalone Alliance; economy; work
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[audio]Against the Grain: Nonviolent Direct Action - Against the Grain
If we're to believe the mainstream media, the Occupy movement came out of nowhere and represents a new kind of politics. But we should be skeptical of such claims. Social movements scholar Barbara Epstein was a participant in the nonviolent direct action movements of the 1970s and '80s. She describes how they incorporated consensus-based decision-making, radical egalitarianism, and prefigurative politics...
Keywords: anti-nuclear; anti-war; Livermore Action Group; Abalone Alliance; Occupy; Direct Action; blockade; consensus; feminism
Downloads: 50
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